The Top 5 Michael Bublé Christmas Songs

It is nearly that time of year again – only 24 days –  till Christmas!

To get you into that festive spirt, we take a look at the top Michael Bublé Christmas Songs of all time:

1) It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas

With over 115 million streams on Spotify, “It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas” is a true classic. Originally written in 1951 by Meredith Wilson, it has since been covered by Alvin and the Chipmunks to Big Bird on Sesame Street, and not forgetting the one and only Bublé himself.

2) Holly Jolly Christmas

Written by Johnny Marks and famously performed by Burl Ives, it is really quite hard to dispute, that Christmas is in fact the “best time of the year”.

3) Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

Originally penned by John Frederick Coots, this single became as instant hit in 1934, with  more than 300,000 records sold within 24 hours. It has since been performed by the likes of Bruce Springsteen, Frank Sinatra and The Jackson 5.

4) All I Want For Christmas Is You

Lauded by MTV as “a majestic anthem full of chimes, sleigh bells, doo-wop flourishes, sweeping strings and one of the most dynamic and clean vocal performances of Carey’s career”. It’s no surprise that Mariah Careys’ 1994 hit topped the charts in Czech Republic, Hungary, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia and Spain.

5) Jingle Bells

It is surprising to think that “one of the best-know” Christmas hits was written all the way back in 1857. However, Bublés’ modern day rendition, featuring The Puppini Sisters, offers an upbeat song to get us REALLY excited for CHRISTMAS!

 

* Photo courtesy of elite ticket

* Music courtesy of Spotify

 

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